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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 October 1876

.,1 i VOL. 4. JEFFERSON, CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1876. NO. 42 WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, 1 ... , I Published Every Frilav : .' - m : , N. C. BURCH. Terms of Subscription i Single copies pcryeai ' 1,S0 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year. 1,00 INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE. DR. JITO. S&SEE, physician & Surgeon. (0 Office and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchansro Bank. fap25-lv. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE SENT, JEFFERSON CITY, MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &e. Oftiee over AV'hito Janvier's store, ITifili Streev dcc.27 72hf FRED KOJIMEL, DEAI.KI5 IN 5ooks Sl Stationery fEIUODTCALS, BLANK BOOICS, CnRO mos. Wall Pancr and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairehild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. IU Gil STREET, . 772-iv Jeffrson City, Mo Clias. It. Buscli. Chicago Lumber Yard Cor. of Main and Jefferson Sts JEFFERSON CITY, MO. A LARGE S...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 October 1876

Th Stato Journal- FRIDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1876 National KepubMcnn Ticket. -OU I'tlKMPEST! KUTIIKRKOUD 11. IIAYKS, OF OHIO. foil yick-president: WILLIAM A. WHEELKR OK KEW YOUK. EI.ECTOH9 VOlt MISSOUItl. At Large : 1). P. DYEK.ofPike. J. II. COLE, ol Callaway. 1st District HENRY IIEMANS. '.'ml JNO. C. VOGEL. .'inl CIIAS. A. STEIFEL. 4Ui GUSTAVUS ST. GEM. fill! J. q. THOMPSON. r.th A. F. LEWIS. 7th L. I,. P.RIDOES. Sth - WM. WARNER. Jtl, . J. HARLAN. 10th 1). L. MILLER. 11th J. 11. TURN Ell. 12th -11. D.CilAMEll. I.tth FREDERICK MUENCII. STATE TICKET. For Governor : 1TXKELXUURG, of St. Louis. ft. A. Lieutenant Governor: C. C. ALLEN, ol Jasper. Secretary ol State : EUGCME F; WEIGEL. ot St. Lmis. State Treasurer : JOHN SEVERANCE, of Buchanan. State Auditor. GEORGE R. SMI TH, ol Pettts. Attorney-General : A. V, MULL.IX3.ot Linn. Register ol Lands: RICHARD DRANE, ol Marion. Supreme Judge : DAVID WAGNER, of Lewis. Railroad Commissioners: T. 11. ALLEN, of St. Louis. E. D. HARPER, of Cass. ISAAC ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 October 1876

MSEBETPTSCEJPiLTE. Gin (Jomnuntat ju bitfen fccibcn State mcntSf on bcttn Sffiotirtctt nid)t u jwelfctn ift, tft fifcetnufna.' Bit ttwtifen beutticfc ftcnufl, bo XUbcn bettUntctflana bet Union ipflnicbte. : " llnfcte' Cefet tocrten auf bte SInjclfle be8 .$crtn,3otm 2tcinlrtcr, 9icutIifa nifd)ct Konbibat fur Sounttj Collector, auf tnetfiam flcmaudytl (St nfob alleg Tyaltctt wa3 et batht toer?tirf)t. SBtlficlm ffrefftouer, cin flttt bemofro tifdjet Satmct In Nation SoiunfiMp, ficht bic iWDttiwcnbiflfcit cin, J&crrtt 23m. 3oM, gum Gounrt) 9ltd)tcr au ctwafclcn. 3n fetnen aicmctfunflcn in bet am 33Iontaa bfldtaltc .nen onucntion bcfdjulbiate ct bte fd)lcd)tc SJcnvattuitfl bet Geunh) Court ali Urfadic bet (troficn (2d)ulb bcS PounticS. 3Ktt J&cttn SCortft aI3 9M)tct finb vx fidjet bo&cin kfferc 9ctwaltuni tin ftoiuth) cinttctcn nmb unb ntcmanb nuvb Ur?ad)c fiafcen fid) batufcet fo&tct gu fccflancn. 23tv madjen unfre t'efer, wclcljc fo vtet titer bemofratifdje Svaviamfcit ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 October 1876

The State Journal FKIDAT. O tOBEtt 13. 1876. Local News. The School Dour J want 13,000 bnxhrls of cohI and want proposal to furnish the same, on the 14th. ' , Major Melton, of Warsaw, Mo., has recently effected a "tile of a large body of mineral land tn Benton county. Consideration (40,000. . Maior R. II, Melton, of Warsaw, Mo., a prominent Democrat of that section Is it warm supporter of Hayes and Wheeler. If you want to see omo handsome Job Work, call at the Jouknai. Office. You cer tainly will not go away before leaving your or ders for a good round lot. Judge Hough, of the Supremo Bench of the State has removed his residence from Kansas to this place, ami Is now gpttingT-eacly for the duties of the bench at the approaching term. When the frosts come and cut the weed down it will he much easier hunting ye cun ning (juail than now -while tho weeds are so high. Why don't Gov. Hardin duotc u chapter of his labored speeches to n little self laudHtion over the home credit of the State...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 October 1876

en lit hi m .RtWtfllf.R team t the Bivejr ,lto, A wonderful stream As it runi through the realms of tears, With a faultless rhythm, and a musical rhyme, And a broader sweep and, surge sublime, And blends with the ocean ot years. There's a mimical isle op the River Time Y'J, Where the softest of alts are playing There's' a'cloudless sky, and a tropical' clime, And a song as sweet as a vesper chime ; And the tunes with the roses are staying. And the name of thlsjlsle Is Long Ago; ' And wc bury our treasures there! There arc brows of beauty and i bosoms of snow; J ;;t ' There are heaps of dust, but we love them sol There are trinkets and tresses of buir, Thero ure fragments of songs that nobody sings, And a part of an infant's prayer; There's a lute unswept, and a harp without strings ; There are broken vows and pieces of rings, And the garments she used to wear. There ore hands that arc waved whon the fairy shore By the mirage is lifted in air; And we sometimes hear, through the turbu...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 October 1876

The Election Tuesday, The election fn Ohio And Indiana jester day .will be the, all abforbsat .tpstter, of talk for the next succ'eetfinj week ""We have made arrangements fur obtaining reliable reports ol the result as fust as definitely, ; ascertained., Eransvllle the next largest city to Indianapolis in In diana was first to be heard Irom last night nnd the, account she gate ol herselt was a good one, announcing as she did a large Republican gala. Vnnderburg county is down iu the pocket, the South west cor ner of the State on the Ohio Hirer and of course our Democratic iriends will reccire the announcement with cries of iraud and colonization. This, Vnnderbuig. county is in a District that gave a democratic ma jority of only 337 in 1874. If, therelore, the Republican gain is 800 as reported we hae no doubt carried the district. Other dispatches. Irom both Indiana and Ohio, were Irom democratic precincts and ol course, reported democratic majorities. New Albany, lor instnnce, was r...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 October 1876

I. The State Journal FRIDAY. O TOBER It. 7. y , Local News. , -., IIoop-1-a! U-g-h-hl T. Too-loo-to one on Ncoyok J Bezzcr flf 'y dol's olo blewjectnes 'sleeted, by """"y1 , , . .,...! i Whazcrmazzer you? Hurar f'r ote blew jeemes Wilms 1: ' l j 1 Captain Thomas Is again in St. Louis altel goods. Fine grapes ut Thomas'. Anton Tillman has taken to himself a wlfo. We hear with regret that Judge Pliillip Ott Is quite sick. N.B. Klaino of Warrensburg but removed to Corinth Mississippi, Mr. .Marshall of Miller county, on bis way to St. Louis, Kayo us a call Monday night. Louis Schmidt, clerk of the IT. S. District Court and F. Buscb,Eq., bavo gone the Cen enniul. J. P. Fromme, Jr., of this city has been called to the bed side of his father, at Taos. The old gentleman was thought to be dying. Died At Cedar City, Oct. 8th 1S70, of Vi rnlsis, W. S, Hollingsworth. aged 64. Hannibal Courier and Louisiana Journnl, please copy, A lanre and enthusiastic Republican Mass Convention, presided over ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 13 October 1876

..TWO rOISJaXJLTJJXLCASYAS- There tre twa IrcflfbWrfifc!' which the Republican party cannot omit to notice I agree with your preiclent that the ekjes are bright, that the" 'tifo'sjiebllsrrtpr'ovtiig. and that our chancer of sutacss' irt the1 present campaign 're: -Rront; But there are two circumstance .:w muht not to lorget. First, . that there, is a large body ot young men in ,. Uioicouoiry , who iiava become Totera since (the war opened, who know nothing ot a Democratic adminis tration except - what'thfj barn learned irom the short and ' Inglorious' 'career of the present House of Representatives. We ought also to i nctioe tliat a" large body ot the laboring people oi this country. -wbtl arc attached t lopublicnn institutions and attached to tho Republican party, have endured severe trials in their homes and Ju their domestic relations through want of work or unsatisfactory ' compensation for a period now of nearly three years. In 1840, a time which Some ot us are old enough to re...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 October 1876

I I-''I' ' ' " !! i ! ' i '. ill t: , tttft t ll 'l' III i, h .1 t t " t;f;1l ri SUM ')',' '' !'ii' :! -it'l jri Mil' I'i' i'j -.Js I fl'.' !l-;'L, "'!' t ' ' f-t Tito r( . Iit' 1 n. ,' ' tii'. i i'.'vr'i V.t ' ''I'l "iir r,i! ?" ri ll. IY;t ! -:n; I. (iir Ul'!. frt ti.l ,) iii . nil,',;!..'' 1 i-1 .! ! v- I J-fiM;t' mil JA . t .,f.''. ' ' ''''' '. :.' i''!' P."'- rf,!:!-''-? "t.'j :ri-i)'l .!'' " , t' ! fl f !''') ff'l' ''it)"1 I!r ' 1 '- " ' 1 ' i t n.i... ,,,,1, . T-n-l 1- ' i . 1 ii'ir I it CITY, MO IliroAY. OCTOBER 20,1870. NO. 42 1.1 TSNm.II' If ll''ll . ' - i a aw n ... i i .ULJL JLIO; I WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, ;Fu)9ll8li6& Every FridaV " ; V N. C. BURCIL , Term of Subscription s Single copies, per yeai Clubs of ten per year. Clubs of twenty, per year.. , INVARIABLY I!J ADVANCK. . $1,50 1,5 ... 1,00 23E. J1TO. BJ5.SEH, physioian & Surgeon. Cfficc an(i resideuce in Lamkin'a new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. fap25-lT. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE GENT, JEFFERSON ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 October 1876

Th& State Journal. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1876 T" National Itepublican Ticket, KtTHEtirOKD B. HAYES, , OFCHIU. !( , IOU VICK-rnESIDENTi WILLIAM A. WHEELER or j.ew tokk. ELECTORS KOK MISSOURI. At Large : 1). P. UYEU.nl Tike. J. II. COLE, ol CalUwuv. Iv. 2nd ,'iid 4tii 6tli (:ii nil 8th 9th 10th lltli 12th 13th Disti let HENRY NEMAN'S. JXO. C. VOGEL. CHAS. A. STEIFEL. GUSTAVUS ST. GEM. J. Q. THOMPSON. A. F. LEWIS. L. L. 1HMUOES. VM. WARNER A. J. HARLAN. 1). L. MILLER. J. 11. TURNER. -R. 1). CRAMER. FREDERICK MUENCII. STATE TICKET. Fur ft.-'Vf'vnfr: G. A. FIXKELNBUUG, of St. Lc.nis. Lieutenant Governor: C. C. ALLEN, ol Jasper, Secretary ol State : EUGEXE F. WEIGEL. ol St. Liuis. Stale Treasurer : JOHN SEVERANCE, of Buchanan. State Auditor. GEORGE R. SMITH, ol Pettis. Attorney-Genera! : A. W, MULLINS. ol Linn. Register ol Lands: RICHARD DRAKE, ol Marion. Supreme Judge: DAVID WAGNER, of Lewis. Railroad Commissioners : T. R. ALLEN, of St. Louis. E. D. HARPER, of Cass. ISAAC HAYES, of Mac...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 October 1876

MOUNTAINS ..;,22ii!0i?J Slit !Q' DBRSYy G80803DBS1 V : In every Line Piled Up , V.v I V, ,.' ' In- 1 I ... -i Louis Mfuft whore those In need of anything usually kepi first-class Dry Goods establishment - . can be accommodated, and at Lowest Cash Prices. Calicoes, at 6 cents per yard and upwards: Bleached and Brown Domestics at 6J . cents per yard and upwards. He promises his customers fair anl honorable bargains. Ready Made Clothing and Underwear. At prices to suit the hard times, and if there is doubting man or boy in Cole county, or . Central Missouri, all I have to say is COME AND SEE. CARPETING -OF- EVERY KIND AND STYLE, KEPT IN FULL SUPPLY AND AT BOTTOM PRICES. REMEMBER THE PLACE AT LOUIS WOLFERMAJi'S Clothing Emprini! , Under the Tennessse House. sept.ll-dly. "WE ARE THE REVOLUTION I" READ AND LEAEN WHERE TO GET YOUR Fall&Winter Clotlg AND UNDERWEAR FOR ALL AGES AND CLASSES A. HEIM, : bera to call attention to one of the most attrac tive stocks of Clothing and Gents' Furn...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 October 1876

The State Journal' FRIDAY. O TOBEK 20. 1876. Local News. you bci." ,;j ,.777. .". I .. . 'Bet your small ciiango first. . ..', ',' , Hurrah forinkehibVrg. ' Pluralities are not majorities, gentlemen. , ' These are glorious Indian summer days'; . Some little TiMcn mony has changed hands ot late. ; 1 The Kann9 City Times claims a victoi'y but cusses the news. . , . We are always Wokina In tho fulure, but we seo only the tast. . Hurrah fur Finkelnburg! and let tho welkin rlns wilh the hout. Our little Three Year old is shouting lustily for Finkelnburg. Even the children are hi en thusiastic friends. I If Hardin's administration Is the most econo mical tho State has ever had. why don't the fig ures irove it. Married ladies will please uotioa thatsimn political meetings lust till two o'clock In the morning. It can't be helped. Hardin's economy I Why its nipre expenrlve to the tax-payers of the State than Woodson's txtravasaru'i?. Let every Rc-pubiici'u stand true to his con victions, and...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 October 1876

-" ktBtlT HKAftT KNOWS ITS OWN BITTEM Ob heart, to out of your biding place, :.; Ana Wander whin sou will. i: . : ' Through the city ndtbroagh the tow, '. Ava .iiw .1-1.. J tklll ' j iui- i 'lie 't Ovsr the wa with its thousand Islet-,' " Owthe rlwt go ''" ' In quest of single human aoul " I That ne'er hath "known a woe." ' .i. ns r ' Ire. ,! ... 'liii i W Tou may enter the palace of the king- ., The poor men's humble cot . t - i 1.1 I !i.r i ; . 1 1 ; i ! t ,The place where great wealth beautifies, And where it blesses not' - ;'v-; ; ; . But, should you travel for long, long years,'1 Till centuries had flown. ""',''!' In search of mortals sorrow-proof, '"'- ' ' ; You'd comeback heart.' alone t ' '' '" Oh, hands that hare too rnuoh work to do (!) And weary of your toll, ;.;.; i '' That fain would change with Idle hands, Fair bands, "too white to soil;"' "J , Vork on I for you havo the promise sweet : t To the faithful tollers given. As you sow good seed along the way , From earth to...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 October 1876

SUPREME COURT. FIRST DAY. . Tl'KSDAT, Oct, 17. The court met at 10 a. m. Present, Judges Wagner, Napton Hotiffh and Sherwood. S S Jones, et al 1 EviDD Bine, et a), D E. Motion to affirm judgment. J B Elliot, Respondent, vs. Jabez II Totter, appellant. Appeal from Tcttis, Motion to af firm judgment for failure to prosecute appeal. Charles Marquis et al app vs Ashbury tdark Resp, Diminution of record suggested and;cer tiorarl ordered. Jas C Hanson Resp, vs ,L II Cobb, et al app. Same entry. State of Missouri, vs. O B Reed. This case was passed and set (or first Monday in Decem ber, to enable appellant to secure corrected bill of exceptions. C II Prescott, Resp vs Anthony Saner, app. Appeal dismisst'J. Hurt vs Harvey. Passed. State vs W II Barnard, set for first Monday in Deccmbsr, State vs A O Duncan. Sumo. State vs Jas Caugliill. Passed. State app vs C M iPosien, resp. Submitted on brief bv appl. W. F. McCullah, et al. resp vs Kansas Citf F A M Ins Co ipp. Passed. II M Ilolden, I) K ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 October 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. O: '.TOBKR 20; 1876. ' Local News. The rain coraeth. :-" t" v .,. ,' ' 4 ,. ' Let law and order prevail, J. McDonald will probably die when 'bis time come i. These beautiful October days are the glory of our Mlsnourl climate. .. . ... . Judge J. P. Ellis of St. Louis, is attending the Supreme Court. ... The rcnitcntlary it llksly to become self-sus taining ero many month. We hope so. Col. Klrby has procured the contract for building a largo bridge iu St. Auborts aud Cal laway County. Messrs. Lay & Belch, Waters & Winslow, E. L. Kins and Geo. T. White haro been retained as counsel for James Meyers, The leaves falleth, saving ye school-marm the trouble of stripping them from her switch es lor the backs of naughty boys. We commend the article from the Missouri Republican concerning the identification ot the Frank James to our readers. A nlco commen- tary it Is on tho situation iuthl State . The Missouri Tuciflu trains would better look a little out how...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 20 October 1876

A BRAVE WOMAN. Tho story of the penerwis bravery and sad death ot Ellen llcvur, In tno burninsr of the old lour-story "Globe Shoddy Mill in Philadelphia, lust (summer, is thus told in the New York Herald by a correspond ent. For her unselfish conduct in lata) persona) danger, she deserves to bo placed high In the list os heroic women. The Ir.stant the alarm was given Ellen Ilever, who was on tho first floor, with a noble instinct that cost her life, ran up stair to the third and lourth floors and urged her companions to fly for their safe ty. The brave woman miht have saved herself, being on the street floor; but she determined to make a desperate effort to rescuo those who were in greater peril. Following her, the five on the fourth floor r.nd the one on the third story ran down the stairway. Hut, they were already too late. Reaching the second floor, they were confronted by the flames, which were making their course towards the roof. The women turned to flee from the dread ful ele...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 October 1876

nn ournal Ullt5 .!.; ii. ; ' i i ' ' P VOL. 4. JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 27. 187G. NO. 43 v. ; 'A. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Fiiiav BY N. C. BURCHi Term, of Subucriptlon I Single copies, per yeai 91,50 Clubs of ten per year L25 Clubs of twenty, per year 1,00 INVARIABLY IS ADVAXCE. HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE f GENT . . JEFFERSON CITY. MO. . TJUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMTS C Sj slon, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. Office over White Janvier's store, IIU;h Street dec.27 72hf SE. J1TO. BASES., physioian & Surgeon. rOffico and residence in Lamkin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rap25-lv. FRED HOMMEIj, DEALKU IX Books & Stationery PEItTODTCALS, BLANK BOOKS, CIIRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Asrent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt ai tention. IIIG II STREET, S7 .'72-it Jeffrson City, Mo Clias. Xi. Buscli. Chicago Lumber Yard Cor. of Main andJefferson Sts J...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 October 1876

The Stato Journal . FKIDAY. OCTOBER 27, 1876. National Kepubtlcan Ticket, ron i-i:e?mest; KUTIIEIIKOKI) 15. HAYES, ' of cum. run VICE-l'KESIDK.tT: WILLIAM A. WIIKKLEIt OP :.ET VOIIK. !: LECTORS FOU MISSOURI. At Largo : 1) V. DYF.lt.uf Piko. -J. II. COLK. ..I Callaway. 1st District I1KXRY IIEMANS. Jn " JXO. U. VOGKL. tinl CI I AS. A. STEIFEL. 4th GUSTAVUS ST. GEM. .rlh " J. 0.. THOMPSON. f.tii A. V. LEWIS. 7tli - L. I.. BRIDGES. 8th WM. WARNER. Oth A. .1. HARLAN. 10th D.L.MILLER, lltli .1. II. TURNER. 12th " R. D. CRAMER, l.ilh ' FREDERICK MUENCH. STAiE TICKET. For Governor: G. A. FINKELNBURG, of St. Louis. Lieutenant Governor: C. C. ALLEN, ol Jasper, Secretary ot State : EUGENE F. WEIGEL. ot St. Louis. State Treasurer : JOHN SEVERANCE, of Buchanan. State Auditor.. GEORGE R. SMITH, ol Pettis. Attorney-General : A. W, MULLIN3. ot Linn. Register ot Lands: RICHARD DRASiE, ol Marion. Supreme Judge: DAVID WAGNER, of Lewis. Railroad Commissioners : T. R. ALLEN, of St. Louis. E. D. HARPER, ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 October 1876

Obituarjr-OlUon Ewlnsr. , ( At a meeting oi th Cola County Agri cultural and Mechanical AMoclat'on, the following proceedings were had : ' Whereas, Divine Protldenoe has seen fit to call f rom our midst by the hand ol death Gilson Ewing, "' President ot ' the Colo County Mechanical and Agricultural societT, therefore be it. Resolved, That In the death of Gilson Ewinz.Cole County has lost a public spir itod citizen, and a faithtul advocate of its public interests; and lha Cole County Agricultural and Mechanical Association one ot its warmest and most uselu! sup porters : Resolved. Thatws tcntlfv our sympa thies to his devoted and afflicted family in this, their irredeemable loss. Resolved, That the Secretary furnish his family a copy ol these resolutions, with suitable expressions ot our sympathy in this hour of their uffltionkcRuGGgi J. Christy- Watsom. Vico-l'resident. Secretary. SHOCKING MONSTROSITY. The Jefferson House Having been thoroughly refitted and BiWly ornlsbcd, U now ope...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 27 October 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY. O 'TOREK 27. 1876. Local News. Wltuly weather. Ye Tribune goes for the bolter. The Tribune's ox I pored now. The beauty teen is partly in bim who sees it. The knife I what tlio Tribune demand for II bolters. They mvcur wltneMcs on n.volume of "Loi dou Punch" out in Colorado. Over in the Mohawk vallcv cider apple are selling ut six cents a bushel. Most of tne Kentucky tobacco crop has been ant in a green condition for fear of frost. The war in Europe will not hurt America. We can feed them us long as thry can fiiiht. V hatha. Hardin done to Muufnrd, that Phelps is so much a handsomer man than liar dm. ' The Missouri Pacific Railroad muddle don't seem to be ended yet. Eastern stock holders come in and ask to have the udii nnmcc of the sale set nsidc. The scat of knowledge is In the head; of wisdom, in the heart. Wc are sure to iiid-o wron? if we do not feci right. Munford of the Kansas City Times did not iay some of the good thing Mack accuses him of, but ho ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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